Real Sociedad Logo – The Real Sociedad de Fútbol is a football club in Spain, established in the city Basque for San Sebastian, which plays in the Primera Division in Spain. With over 25,000 members, has a long history of Spanish football history, one of only nine historic Spanish teams who have never competed in lower division to the Spanish second division.
He has won two championships in the Spanish league, two titles in the Copa del Rey and Supercopa in Spain as well as several runners in these European competitions and multiple entries throughout its history. After 40 seasons in the Primera Division in Spain (1967-2007), the June 17, 2007, last day of the season 2006/2007, lost the category, which went on to play the 2007/2008 in the Second Division of Spain. But three seasons later, on June 13, 2010 in the game for the 41st day of the season 2009/2010, certified his promotion to first, winning by a score of 2-0 at Real Club Celta Vigo and mathematically proclaimed champion of the League Two in the absence of a party to end the competition.
Is ranked No. 8 in the historical classification of the Primera Division of Spain and No. 184 in world-historical classification of the IFFHS. It is also the sixth international team that has given the football team of Spain and holds the record for consecutive days without defeat in the Spanish First Division.
The Athletic Club of Bilbao is the historical rival of the Royal Society for excellence. The two teams maintain a rivalry since its inception, among other things because they are the two leading teams in the Basque Country. The Royal Society is also a sports club character. Apart from the main section, the football, the club has four other professional sections: those of athletics, hockey, jai alai and underwater activities.